Top 6 for teaching music

A music specialist has prepared a list of essential resources for teaching this artistic discipline in preschool, elementary and secondary school.

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Looking for inspiration for your music lesson? Looking for a musical assessment grid? Need free and free sheet music? Where can I find musical activities for preschool? How to use the iPad for the composition of musical works? 

Our music specialist has prepared a list of essential resources for teaching this artistic discipline in preschool, elementary and secondary school. 


1. Canadian Association for French Language Education

The ACELF website offers a huge amount of educational activities for the three skills of the program. There are many references to Canadian culture. 

To visit : Canadian Association for French Language Education


2. STORY OF the arts

The RÉCIT national des arts offers a wide variety of resources for music education such as LES, planning tools, student resources, posters and many more.

To visit : STORY of the arts


3. The National Arts Center

The NAC website offers its Vive la musique! It offers various tools for teaching music in order to celebrate cultural diversity and increase awareness of the history of Indigenous cultures in Canada.

To visit : The National Arts Center


4. Metronimo 

This site offers various educational software and other resources for teaching music from primary to secondary school, allowing students to deepen and test their musical culture.

To visit : The National Arts Center


5. Educatall 

This magazine deals with everything related to early childhood. It offers creative tools for teachers, educators, preschool workers, but also for parents. 

To visit : Educatall 


6. Musopen

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Here is a site that offers thousands of classical music files as well as free and free sheet music. Download and use their classroom resources legally!

To visit : Musopen

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